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Baron Miklós Jósika (1796?–1865)

Jósika, Baron Miklós (yō’shē-ko). A Hungarian novelist; born in Torda, Transylvania, April 28, 1796?; died at Dresden, Feb. 27, 1865. His first efforts were collected into a volume of ‘Sketches,’ greatly admired. As a writer of realistic and historic fiction he achieved fame with ‘The Poet Zrinyi,’ ‘The Last of the Bathory,’ ‘Abafi,’ and ‘A Hungarian Family during the Period of the Revolution.’